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« #45 : August 26, 2006, 05:12:08 PM »

Oh okay you understand.  ;)

If you just have that urge to fan like crazy, only do it VERY rarely. And I mean once every or twice every month. I wish I had this advice last year.

Let me ask another thing, this replica of yours, does every thing work like the original? Except from firing cartridges of course, I mean like the ejector rod, loading gate, etc?

In the meantime I'll have to content myself with the wooden replica I've ordered... better than the plastic broken toy guns I have though.


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« #46 : August 26, 2006, 07:15:51 PM »

Let me ask another thing, this replica of yours, does every thing work like the original? Except from firing cartridges of course, I mean like the ejector rod, loading gate, etc?

In the meantime I'll have to content myself with the wooden replica I've ordered... better than the plastic broken toy guns I have though.

Everything works. The hammer cocks,the cylinder turns, the ejector rod works, everything.


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« #47 : August 26, 2006, 09:31:09 PM »

I lean towards the blued finishes, but if I were going to buy a Peacemaker replica, I'd go with this one (it's cheap and looks cool):


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« #48 : August 26, 2006, 09:37:08 PM »

I lean towards the blue finishes, but if I were going to buy a Peacemaker replica, I'd go with this one (it's cheap and looks cool):



Yes I like that one too.

I want to get a replica Colt Navy but they're all white and I don't like the white guns. This gun looks similar to the Navy and it has the exact color scheme I want:

http://replicagunsswords.com/weapons_gallery/catalog/Civil-War-Confederate-Revolver-p-1344.html


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« #49 : August 26, 2006, 09:41:11 PM »

Yes I like that one too.

I want to get a replica Colt Navy but they're all white and I don't like the white guns. This gun looks similar to the Navy and it has the exact color scheme I want:

http://replicagunsswords.com/weapons_gallery/catalog/Civil-War-Confederate-Revolver-p-1344.html

That's what I would want too, but you can get it here for about twenty dollars cheaper.

http://www.swordsdirect.com/replica_guns_10.html

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« #50 : August 26, 2006, 09:52:58 PM »

That's what I would want too, but you can get it here for about twenty dollars cheaper.

http://www.swordsdirect.com/replica_guns_10.html

It's a very cool looking gun.


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« #51 : August 26, 2006, 09:57:44 PM »

It's a very cool looking gun.

I agree.

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« #52 : August 27, 2006, 08:04:55 AM »

marmota-b, a bit off this topic but we here in the US are curious about Morton's private railcar in OUTITW, especially the objects that look like celing vents along the top where Bronson peers out at Franks gang.

Ask your railroad dad what they were used for for us. thanks. I'll post a pic that was posted on another thread.

CJ (and anyone else interested), father says it looks like and could be ceiling vents, but he's not sure, because he's not so familiar with American railcars. Maybe he will ask his colleague, who's more into them, but I don't promise anything about him.



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« #53 : August 27, 2006, 10:23:27 AM »

Thanks,  old American railcars do not have rounded tops they are more like below:
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I think it was a Spanish rail car with a round top & vents.


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« #54 : August 27, 2006, 01:32:33 PM »

Thanks,  old American railcars do not have rounded tops they are more like below:
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I think it was a Spanish rail car with a round top & vents.

Maybe. If I remember correctly, our old cars (not only old) also have rounded tops. Maybe it is usual in Europe? But it's just my theory.



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« #55 : August 27, 2006, 01:35:50 PM »

Just take a look at the railroad cars in my movie. Look closely at the roof and you'll see what we mean.


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« #56 : August 27, 2006, 01:59:39 PM »

I think we would really need picture of the whole Morton's car to see how it looks like... Father might know better. I hope so, at least. He's already sleeping now...



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« #57 : August 27, 2006, 02:02:34 PM »

I think we would really need picture of the whole Morton's car to see how it looks like... Father might know better. I hope so, at least. He's already sleeping now...

What time is it now in Czech?


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« #58 : August 27, 2006, 02:12:48 PM »

What time is it now in Czech?

On her profile it says she's eight hour ahead of me, which would make it six hours ahead of you.

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« #59 : August 27, 2006, 02:13:50 PM »

What time is it now in Czech?

I don't know, I'm sitting in darkness and cannot see the clock. ;) But surely after ten. The time that is shown on the board for me isn't the right one, though I did my best to make it close.



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